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    Turkish coup soldiers in Greece thought about fleeing to Russia, Ukraine: Prosecutors
    Feb07

    Turkish coup soldiers in Greece thought about fleeing to Russia, Ukraine: Prosecutors

    Eight fugitive Turkish soldiers who fled to Greece after the July 15, 2016 coup attempt initially thought about fleeing to Russia or Ukraine but later settled on Greece, Istanbul prosecutors said on Feb. 7 after hearing four other soldiers’ witness testimonies. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Putin, Merkel call for immediate truce in east Ukraine – Kremlin
    Feb07

    Putin, Merkel call for immediate truce in east Ukraine – Kremlin

    …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Nile Establishment for International Trade targets exporting 60,000 tonnes of oranges in 2017
    Feb07

    Nile Establishment for International Trade targets exporting 60,000 tonnes of oranges in 2017

    The Nile Establishment for International Trade aims to export 60,000 tonnes of oranges worth $27m in 2017, up from 41,000 tonnes at $18.5m in 2016, with an average price of $450 per tonne. The head of exports and logistics, Nader Shanab, said that the company targets to hit an increase of 46%. He added that the decision to float the Egyptian...

    EU resists Trump’s olive branch to Russia
    Feb07

    EU resists Trump’s olive branch to Russia

    EU Foreign ministers have once again insisted on maintaining sanctions against Russia over the crisis in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    EU’s top diplomats vow to uphold Russia sanctions
    Feb06

    EU’s top diplomats vow to uphold Russia sanctions

    BRUSSELS: The European Union’s (EU) top diplomats vowed on Monday to uphold sanctions against Russia for destabilising conflict-torn Ukraine, despite confusion over how US President Donald Trump plans to manage his relations with Moscow. Determined to wait no longer for a clear message from Washington, EU foreign ministers said their...

    Turkish media and travel to Ukraine
    Feb06

    Turkish media and travel to Ukraine

    Femen, a group made up of women activists, staged a demonstration about eight years ago in front of the Turkish Embassy in Kiev, carrying posters that said, “Ukraine is not a brothel.” …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Fighting abates in eastern Ukraine, OSCE says
    Feb06

    Fighting abates in eastern Ukraine, OSCE says

    International monitors say fighting in eastern Ukraine has abated but the warring sides have kept heavy weapons near the front line. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Netanyahu seeks Britain sanctions against Iran
    Feb06

    Netanyahu seeks Britain sanctions against Iran

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged “responsible nations” to join new sanctions against Iran yesterday during a visit to London, but Britain defended a nuclear deal sealed between major powers and Tehran. Ahead of his talks with British Prime Minister Theresa May, Netanyahu said other nations should follow new US President Donald...

    EU Diplomats Back Continued Russia Sanctions
    Feb06

    EU Diplomats Back Continued Russia Sanctions

    TEHRAN (Tasnim) – European Union diplomats say sanctions against Russia must remain in force until it helps end fighting in eastern Ukraine, despite President Donald Trump’s overtures to Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. …read more Source: Tasnim News...

    Royal for International Trade to enter 5 markets, including Malaysia, Singapore, Bangladesh
    Feb06

    Royal for International Trade to enter 5 markets, including Malaysia, Singapore, Bangladesh

    Royal for International Trade intends to export 20,000 tonnes of citrus fruits in 2017, up from 16,700 tonnes last year, a target growth of 20%. The chairperson of the company, Shady El Adawy, said that Royal exports its products to 20 companies worldwide, with plans to penetrate five new markets in 2017 as part of its ambitious expansion plan....

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